How much is my personal injury case worth?
Each personal injury case is different. The event causing the injury as well as the injury itself help to determine the value of a personal injury claim. A formula to determine the worth of a personal injury case does not exist. However, several factors may help to calculate the value of the case.
Factors that help to determine how much a personal injury case is worth may include medical bills, the need for future medical treatment, pain and suffering, and lost wages.
If it is determined that you contributed to the accident, then Pennsylvania law will bar you from receiving compensation for your damages. However, under state law, you may still recover an award for your injuries if your fault is not higher than the other party. If your fault equals or is less than the other party, then the worth of the personal injury case reduces by the percentage of your fault.
With the help of an attorney, you will be able to rest easy. The attorneys at MyPhillyLawyer will investigate your accident and determine the liability of all the parties involved. Then our firm will fight tirelessly to obtain the compensation you need and deserve.
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